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mControl for Windows Home Server Giveaway – Week 2 and a Surprise


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A few weeks ago, Tim Daleo posted the first in a series of articles on using mControl for Windows Home Server to do all sorts of things within his house. This week, Tim posted the latest installed instalment on using Macros with mControl.

mControl is software for your Digital Home. mControl allows you to control all aspects of your home from your Media Center PC, locally or remotely via Internet Explorer browser or from your Windows Mobile device.


For more information on mControl and Embedded Automation, click here.

To coincide with these articles, our good friends at Embedded Automation have given us a number of licences for mControl that we can giveaway to our loyal readers.

So, to win this week’s licence, just send an email to giveaways @ (remembering to remove the spaces) with the title mControl Giveway Week 2 and a suggestion for an article or review you would like to see. If you already submitted a suggestion in the Week 1 giveaway your name has automatically been entered into the hat 🙂

The closing date for this weeks giveaway is Sunday 7th Juine 2009. One lucky winner will be drawn completely at random. Good luck!

Oh and what’s the surprise you ask? Well, I’ve decided to give another licence away to those that entered the Week 1 competition, so without further ado, the lucky winner of the extra licence in Week 1 is………..

Paul Yantko – well done Paul!

Well done, your licence is on it’s way to you now.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


  1. Today….

    I consider myself….

    the luckiest man…

    on the face of the earth…

    Seriously, though… thanks a ton, Andrew.

    — Paul Yantko

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